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Week Rewind 42, you will get all the quick rewinds of last week, including hot topics and new innovations. Last week from 19th July 2021 to  25th July 2021, was a wonderful week in terms of few new innovations in gadgets. We had listed it as follow:

1. Huge bug problem for Android smartphone on Google Play Store apps
2. Supported Galaxy Devices to Get ONE UI 4.0 Update
3. YouTube Rolls out Features for Streamers
4. How to Take Screenshots in Incognito Mode in Android
5. What is Cryptocurrency? Is it secure?
6. Pegasus Spyware: What Is It? How Does It Infect Your Phone? How Can You Check if Your Phone Has Been Targeted?
7. Twitter finally complies with the new IT rules in India; appoints a resident grievance officer
8.  AOW 29: APP OF THE WEEK
9. 9 malicious apps malware you must delete now can steal your Facebook credentials
10. Windows 11 Release date Confirmed?
11. How to check your smartphone is hacked or not: Signs to Know

Last week as a short recap:

 

1. Huge bug problem for Android smartphone on Google Play Store apps

CyRC reportedly analyzed as many as 3,335 free and paid cellular apps that are currently on the Google Play Store. The record used to be primarily based on AtlasVPN data. In short, at least, some of the apps that customers have on their smartphones can have unexpected penalties for them.  Detailed Read Here.

2. Supported Galaxy Devices to Get ONE UI 4.0 Update

Samsung has already started working on ONE UI 4 as Android 12 Beta is going on. Eligible devices are supposed to get this Android 12 based ONE UI 4 update at the end of this year. The update would be first rolled out to all the flagship devices such as Galaxy S series and Note Series.   Detailed Read Here

3. Apple MacBook Air with 13-inch Mini LED display on the way for 2022

Better contrast level, improved dynamic range, and many more. Kuo has previously listed a few Apple devices that will be migrated to the new display, including 27 inch iMac Pro, 14.1 and 16 inch MacBook Pro, 10.2 iPad, and 7.9 inch iPad mini. Kuo, also said that Apple is able to work on its display after saving some cost using its own in-house silicon.  Detailed Read Here

4. How to Take Screenshots in Incognito Mode in Android

In many instances, we want to take screenshots of our cell cellphone display screen to share it with others. Taking screenshots on Android is already a child’s play however in some constrained environments, you truly can’t. Now one limit is eliminated so that you can take screenshots even staying underneath these restrictions. Detailed Read Here

5. What is Cryptocurrency? Is it secure?

But as the cryptocurrency spread just like wildfire. It became one of the growing industries. There are more than 2000 different types of tokens and cryptocurrencies are developed every day. Everyone just heard the word cryptocurrency but doesn’t fully understand, what is it, how it really works, or is it safe enough?

WhatsApp has always been working for providing the best experience to its users only if we place new WhatsApp Policies on the side. Now it has come up with a whole new UI or user interface modification of Calling Screen of Voice or Video. Detailed Read Here 

6. Pegasus Spyware: What Is It? How Does It Infect Your Phone? How Can You Check if Your Phone Has Been Targeted?

Pegasus virus is a Zero-day and Zero-click exploit, so it needs no action from the target person. Initially, we have many Spywares which require some sort of action to be performed at the target side. These actions are clicking on a link, downloading software, etc, but in the case of Pegasus Spyware, the case is different.  Detailed Read Here

7. How to make your Laptops & PCs faster: Best Tips You Must Try

Before you spend lots or even heaps on a new computer, you might also locate it solely takes a few easy steps to make your Windows or Mac laptop run faster. The greater RAM offers your laptop greater reminiscence to function duties with, which will make your laptop faster.  Detailed Read Here

8.  AOW 29: APP OF THE WEEK

We simply termed it as “APP OF THE WEEK”. Our main ideology for this is to list out the best user-friendly, lesser time-consuming, & overcoming the confusion from the pool of apps. This is more like finding a shell from the deep ocean.   Detailed Read Here

9. 9 malicious apps malware you must delete now can steal your Facebook credentials

To get access to all of the apps’ functions, and also to disable in-app ads, users were asked to log onto their Facebook accounts. Google has deleted these apps from the Play Store. In case you have any of them on your smartphone, it’s time for you to delete them too. Here’s all you need to know.  Detailed Read Here

10. Windows 11 Release Date Confirmed?

On Twitter, Microsoft’s program manager Brandon LeBlanc confirmed that Windows 11 will continue to use the code-naming convention yyH2 familiar to Windows 10 users. All these hints that Windows 11 stable build would land in coming October.   Detailed Read Here

11. How to check your smartphone is hacked or not: Signs to Know

One of the high-quality approaches to see if your phone has been hacked is to check your battery usage. If your phone is warm for no reason, even when it is now not charging, something may want to be jogging in the heritage whilst the display is off.   Detailed Read Here 

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